Designers at London Fashion Week just reminded the industry they aren’t playing games, collectively making the Fall 2018 season a showstopping display of both talent and resilience. Perhaps the most anticipated show was Burberry where Christopher Bailey took his final bow as creative director while paying homage to the LGBT community. And Delpozo unveiled yet another beautiful and fluid collection. Plus, fashion week took over some big locales with Erdem shutting down the National Portrait Gallery while Buckingham Palace opened up its doors for the star-studded Commonwealth Fashion Exchange reception.
Here are all the highs and lows of London’s Fall 2018 season, according to our unfiltered forum members. See you in Milan!
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